I've searched and still cant find a solid answer. I am looking at welders. I am buying cheap.
Job Smart Mig.
Duty Cycle - 20% @ 80 A
Input Voltage - 120 V
Process Type - MIG, Flux Core
Product Height - 17-3/4 in.
Product Length - 21-1/4 in.
Product Weight - 44 lb.
Product Width - 2-1/4 in.
Weld Thickness - 8 Gauge - 3/16 in.
Welding Amperage Range - 80-120 A
Warranty - 90-Day Limited Warranty
JobSmart® 125 Amp MIG/Fluxcore Welder - Tractor Supply Co.
Or a Campbell Hausfield
Duty Cycle - 10% @ 70A
Input Voltage - 115 Volt/20 Amp
Process Type - Arc/Stick
Product Height - 10-1/4 in.
Product Length - 15-1/4 in.
Product Weight - 24 lb.
Product Width - 7-3/4 in.
Weld Thickness - 18 ga - 1/8 in
Welding Amperage Range - 50-70 A
Warranty - 5-Year Limited
Campbell Hausfeld® 115V Stick Welder - Tractor Supply Co.
Now I would much rather get a Hobart but I am on a college budget so these are the two I'm looking at.
Should I get the Job Smart Mig, or the Campbell Hausfield Arc? I'll be doing frame work and I want to patch the floor in the Jeep as well.